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Marriott Rewards Card

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  1. Anonymous

    I’m not sure where to put tips, but I was targeted for a 100,000 bonus ($5k spend/3 months) for the Marriott card today. Not a huge deal, but thought I’d let y’all know. I recently cancelled the card after holding it for many years, but I’ve found less and less value out of the Cat 1-5 hotels. I can’t seem to find many good ones where I tend to travel, or perhaps more importantly, where I want to travel. I’ve considered the Starwood card(s), but there are few opportunities I get to stay at Starwood properties for my work travel, plus the annual fee reduces the points value IMO. I’m essentially stuck with Marriott or Hiltons for the most part. I likely won’t apply for either card because of the $5k spend requirement, but the increased bonuses are somewhat compelling.

    My question is: Is there any possibility that this offer is not valid because I recently cancelled? I thought I had to wait 2 years after cancelling to be eligible again.

  2. David W

    You’re eligible for a new bonus 24 months after [I]receiving[/I] the bonus, assuming you dont have the card at that time. It sounds like you first opened the card and received a bonus more than 2 years ago so you should be eligible for this promotion, especially since they targeted you.

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